Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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not like Sudoku at all
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A Sudoku puzzle board with no solution. Give it to your Sudoku crazed friends as a present. It truly is better to give than receive

Preferably there's only one mistake and the challenge is to find it as fast as possible.

metarinka, Apr 22 2010

nothing to do with the idea really, just thought it was funny... http://www.fruitcak...uitcake-Crafts.html
[xandram, Apr 23 2010]


       well they would be spelled the same... and they are pronounced the same... so the difference is purely academic save for the unwitting friend.
metarinka, Apr 23 2010

       //A Sudoku puzzle board with no solution.// Why, 70% of the ones I try to do are just like that! ;^)
jurist, Apr 23 2010

       Better yet, a crossword puzzle filled with random letters. Clues refer to nonexistent answers.
DrWorm, Apr 23 2010

       [po] would solve it.
phoenix, Apr 23 2010

       ah...the fruitcake of puzzles...+
xandram, Apr 23 2010

       //a crossword puzzle filled with random letters. Clues refer to nonexistent answers.//   

       Wait a minute. If, as the puzzle-setter, you're going to define a set of clues referring to non-existent answers, then why fill the puzzle with any letters at all, even random ones?
pertinax, Apr 26 2010

       Horribly cruel, +++++ gets you bonus points from me.
blissmiss, Apr 26 2010


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